Sending SAT scores to colleges is easy! The process depends on two factors: When did you take the SAT? Which SAT scores will you send? Most colleges require an official SAT score report sent directly from The College Board. Here’s three ways to request and send your SAT scores.
You can request to send four FREE score reports anytime from the day you register to up to nine days after your SAT test date.
Unless you’re eligible for an SAT fee waiver, there’s a $12 fee to send a score report after the nine day window has passed.
Just added a college to your application list and need to send your scores ASAP? You can request a rush order, which means your scores will be sent to colleges within 2 to 4 business days (for an additional fee, of course!)
|Schedule SAT score reports at registration||Four score reports are available from registration up to nine days after your SAT test date .||$0|
|Request additional score reports||Score reports that are over and above the four free options or reports ordered outside of the nine-day time period.||$12 per score report|
|Request an SAT rush order||Score reports will be sent to colleges within two to four business days (not counting holidays and weekends).||$31+ any regular fees|
The fastest way to send SAT scores is to request score report recipients when you register for the SAT. Depending on when you take the SAT test, you may get your scores back anywhere from two to six weeks after your test date. SAT score reports are then sent to colleges within 10 days after your scores are released to you. Once colleges receive your scores, they still need time to process them, which can take up to a week.
The College Board offers SAT fee waivers to low-income juniors and seniors. Fee waivers include the ability to send SAT score reports to as many colleges as you want for free. To find out if you’re eligible, contact your high school counselor or a representative of an authorized community-based organization.
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Did you take the SAT more than once? You have a decision to make about which scores you’ll send to colleges. First, check the score policy for each college you plan to apply to. Some require that you send ALL your scores. Some will consider you best overall score. And some will consider your SAT superscore. Get a refresher on how to calculate your superscore here.
The College Board’s Score Choice is an optional service that allows you to choose which SAT test date scores you will send to colleges. For example, if a college on your list superscores the SAT, you’ll want to send the test date with your highest SAT EBRW score AND the test date with your highest SAT math score.
If you don’t use Score Choice, the College Board automatically sends all of your SAT results results to the schools on your list.
Here’s how to send SAT scores, step by step.
That’s it! If you change your mind about schools, you can log in to your account to make the switch.
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